Daily Search Forum Recap: February 8, 2010

Feb 8, 2010 • 4:00 pm | comments (0) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Search Forum Recap
 

Here is a recap of what happened in the search forums today, through the eyes of the Search Engine Roundtable and other search forums on the web.

Search Engine Roundtable Stories:

  • Most Say, Google Should Not Censor Non-Adult Search Suggestions
    About a month ago, we ran a poll asking should Google censor non-adult search suggestions? This was based on all the religion based controversy and political controversy. So I specifically asked our readers, should Google censor these search suggestions or not. We received 113 responses, where about 75% said, no, Google should not censor these results. 23% said they should and the rest said "other." Here is the break down of the few other responses:
  • Donate Your Google AdSense Earnings To Haiti
    Since the devastating disaster in Haiti, companies and individuals are looking for creative ways to help. Several AdSense publishers asked via WebmasterWorld and Google AdSense Help if there are ways to donate their AdSense income. Last Thursday, the Google AdSense blog announced a way to do just that. Google said, "you can donate a portion or all of your entire unpaid balance as of the end of January. Whether you have a balance of $0.10
  • Google's Mysterious 1e100.net Ruling the Web
    Back in December, I spotted a WebmasterWorld thread with a webmasters asking why Google is pulling in commands from 1e100.net, as opposed to Google.com. At first, I thought it was nothing and let the thread go. But now, it appears that this is a significant domain. Back then, Tedster, the administrator at the forum said: Some thoughts about the domain name itself. Google probably wanted to use 10e100, since that character string means 10 to
  • Bing Powers More of Facebook Search
    I reported this last week at Search Engine Land, that Microsoft furthered their search deal with Facebook. In short, Bing will now power global Facebook searches and include fuller search results. Now that the search industry had some time to digest the news and here are some quotes from the WebmasterWorld thread: Each page view with a search "powered by Bing" will be a tiny advertisement for Bing. Google will be hit hard by this.
  • Google AdSense Publishers Upset Over Recent Earnings
    Since late January and early February, I have been seeing sporadic complaints about Google AdSense earnings and how they have plummeted for many publishers. I received these complaints via email mostly, but all I saw were random threads from disgruntled publishers. A WebmasterWorld thread has a thread from over the weekend with tons of feedback from publishers on this issue. The thread creator said: I would really like to know if anybody else has experienced
  • Video Recap of Weekly Search Buzz :: February 5, 2010
    In this weeks search recap, I cover the past month of Google SEO related topics, in the February Google Webmaster report. Bing spoke up on how important redirecting your canonical URLs are. Google is disapproving AdWords ads for "artificial ad traffic." Google is sending payment notifications to some AdSense publishers. Some publishers got paid double last month. Google may disclose the AdSense revenue split, and yes, most publishers want to know. AdSense has a reporting

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